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this volatility kind of in a range-bound environment, so this could be an interesting back-and-forth action until the election. > > have a great day. that's tim biggam of tradingblock. > > thank you angie. thanks for watching today. coming up next week: you don't hear this very often, but a number of investment managers believe the economy is getting better. wait till you hear why they are very bullish on the economy and the stock market. and maybe you should be too? from all of us at first business, enjoy your weekend! >>> we're live in san francisco where the entire police force will be out on the streets this weekend. we'll tell you why extra officers are needed for events planned. >>> the steps bay area transit agencies are taking to make it easier for people to get around during this very busy weekend. >>> a and coup l rob -- and a couple robbed at a bart station overnight. how the two suspects ended up in the hospital. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this friday morning, october 5th i'm pam cook. let's find out if it will cool down some more. steve paulson has the forecast. >>
, given the environment we're in, does seem a touch odd. > > so what do you look at that's important? do you look at the payroll numbers? do you look at the participation numbers? > > all of them are important. they all serve and weigh into your forecast. the participation number is important because you need people participating in the workforce to push a country forward. that's at the lowest level it has been in 30 years. so there are fewer people today participating than there have been since 1981 in the workforce. the overall employment number is probably the most respected, the 114,000. that's crucial for the economy. you really need to see that kick up into the 200- to 250,000s before we start making headway into the employment problem that we have right now. > > every month they revise that number, so that will probably be changing soon. > > sure. these all are- not guesses, but there's a lot of deviation around them. and as we saw, i think last year's employment numbers were revised up 384,000 are the latest numbers. > > we'll talk to you in a month to see if we can stop scratchi
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